Dominion Energy, STATCOM, system control
In Dominion Energy’s eastern region, STATCOMs were installed at four existing substations because they offer more flexibility and require less land area than SVCs.

The STATCOM Solution

Dominion Energy combines imagination and innovation to provide the type of service customers now expect.

After closing six coal-fired units in its eastern region — to comply with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s mercury and air toxics standards — and managing an influx of new inverter-connected generators, Dominion Energy was facing a significant challenge. The utility needed an innovative approach to regulate voltage quality and reliability across its transmission system, specifically in the critical

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